‘Swole’ Donald Cerrone Explains His Supplementation Regimen In Retirement

Donald Cerrone is embracing the freedom to take whatever supplements and steroids he wants to now that he is retired form the UFC.

Donald Cerrone
Credit Donald Cerrone on Instagram

Donald Cerrone is looking to bulk up as best he can now that he is retired from fighting and is explaining to fans just how he is doing it. 

Six months after longtime UFC fighter Donald Cerrone announced his retirement from the sport he looks better than ever. Cerrone was a staple in the UFC lightweight and welterweight divisions for over ten years. He was known for his hard-hitting style and for being ready on a moment’s notice for a fight. He often jumped right into short-notice bouts and many times came out on top. Now that he is retired Cerrone is admitting he feels like a kid again and is crediting his new supplementation routine. 

Cerrone recently posted some photos on his social media that began to turn heads. Right away fans began to notice how big Cerrone was looking and the steroid accusations began. He didn’t shy away from these comments and admitted to taking steroids. 

“I was just literally in Vegas yesterday and I was telling everybody like, I understand why steroids are illegal. Now that I’m injecting them into my body and I feel like I’m f–king 20 again,” he told Calabasas Fight Companion on YouTube.

Cerrone is now elaborating on just what is going into his systems and how he is regulating it all.

Donald Cerrone is explaining his new supplementation regimen with a “limitless pill”

Cerrone took to Instgram with a company called Transcend to explain just how he started taking these substances and how he is being monitored. 

“I told y’all when I retired I was gonna go swoll nation, and it’s not steroids from your uncle Bob slingin’ em behind the corner gas station,” he wrote. “I looked at TONS of companies and found literally the best one. Based off of your blood work they figure out where the gaps in your health are and use supplements, peptides and hormone replacement therapy to fill in the places you’re deficient. It’s not just about the gains though. Their “limitless pill” for your brain health is top notch and their joint recovery supplements are better than anything else I’ve ever tried.”

Steroid usage has been a hot topic in the MMA world lately. Conor McGregor has been accused of leaving the USADA testing pool in order to utilize banned substances. Those accusations have not been founded, but his absence has opened the door for other fighters to take a break from testing, either through retirement or not, and return having benefitted from the absence of the USADA’s watchful eyes. Cerrone is praising his gains with some steroid usage, although has not mentioned wanting to return to fighting now at 39 years old. 

It’s important to note that relying on medications or supplements as a substitute for a healthy lifestyle can have negative consequences for your overall health and well-being. While it may be tempting to turn to quick fixes or shortcuts, the benefits of regular exercise, a nutritious diet, and sufficient sleep cannot be overstated. These behaviors can help to improve energy levels, mental clarity, and overall physical health. Additionally, it’s important to remember that taking medications or supplements without the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional can be dangerous and potentially harmful to your health. It’s always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional before making any changes to your health routine, including starting or stopping a medication or supplement.

Published on December 29, 2022 at 3:40 pm
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